Top 10 teams that won most international matches
Top 10 teams that won most international matches

Australia clinched a thrashing victory over West Indies in the tri-nation series. Australia beat the host West Indies by 6 wickets with 146 balls to spare.

In the day-night ODI match at Providence Stadium, Guyana, Australia decided to bowl first after winning the toss. West Indies batsmen were struggling against the Australian bowlers as the Caribbean team collapsed at just 116 runs.

In reply, Australia reached that target quite easily with the help of opener David Warner’s unbeaten half-century (55*). Australia successfully chased that total in 25.4 overs after losing just 4 wickets.

Some of the statistical highlights of the match are given below:

  1. West Indies bowled out for just 116 runs in the match. In ODI history, it was the second-lowest total (bundled out) for West Indies in West Indies at first batting. The lowest ODI total (bundled out) of West Indies at first batting was 114 against Pakistan at Port of Spain on 23rd April 2000.

It was also the third-lowest total (bundled out) for West Indies in West Indies in ODI history. The lowest ODI total (bundled out) of West Indies in West Indies was 98 against Pakistan on 14th July 2013 at Providence Stadium, Guyana.

  1. Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa bowled impressive in the match and finished with a figure of 5.3-0-16-3. It was 4th best ODI figure of any Australian spinners in West Indies.

Also as an Australian spinner, Adam Zampa’s figure was second best ODI figure against West Indies in West Indies.

  1. Out of 10 wickets during West Indies innings, 7 wickets were taken by the Australian spinners together. It was the best performance by Australian spinners together in West Indies in an ODI match. The previous best ODI performance by the Australian spinners together in West Indies was only picking up 4 wickets.

Also, it was the second time in ODI history that Australian spinners together picked up a total of 7 wickets in an ODI match, which is most wickets taken by the Australian spinners together in an ODI match. The other occasion was against England in Adelaide on 26th January 2011, where Australian spinners together took 7 wickets.

  1. Australia won the match by 6 wickets with 146 balls to spare. It was Australia’s third largest victories by balls remaining in the second innings against West Indies in ODI history.
  1. On the other hand, West Indies lost the match by 6 wickets with 146 balls to spare. In ODI history, it was the largest defeat for West Indies in West Indies in terms of balls remaining in the second innings.
  1. It was the first ever defeat for West Indies in West Indies in a day-night ODI match. After the match, the current stats for West Indies in West Indies in a day-night ODI match is: Matches played – 5; Won – 3; Lost – 1; No Results – 1.
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